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Santa Cruz, California writer, musician and producer PETELACEY’S self titled album presents sophisticated and timeless melodies floating gracefully over cool rhythmic beats traversing between pop/rock and modern jazz.

PETELACEY makes Jazz Rock like no other jazz artist of today. “Fans of Phil Collins, Chuck Mangione and David Foster will love PETELACEY’S music.” - SANDYSHORE - SmoothJazz.com Global Radio

Pete's stage credits include:

Frankie Avalon, Smokey Robinson, Chubby Checker, The Drifters, The Temptations, The Platters, The Shirelles, The Del Vikings, Del Shannon, Leslie Gore, Little Anthony and The Imperials, Lou Christie, Bobby Lewis, Freddy Cannon, Tom Dreesen and others.

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Joining forces with accomplished guitarist GREGMULLINS, The Lacey-Mullins Nocturnal Obsession Project combines their unique chemistry, wide musical spectrum and attention to detail. Together they have skillfully crafted infectious melodies and fluid chord progressions to create a timeless fusion of modern jazz, rock and pop.

Greg's stage credits include:

Eddie Money, Ronnie Montrose, The Doobie Brothers, Greg Kihn, Robin Trower, Don Dokken, Lou Gramm, Delbert McClinton, Damn Yankees, Night Ranger, Keith Emerson, Neal Schon, Jonathan Cain, John Waite, Ginger Baker, Peter Frampton and the list goes on.

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Mountain Top Music
2009

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